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Those of you who saved a few bob on last week's yuletastic Xbox 360 offer down at Tesco may well have been considering how to spend the cash you'd otherwise have spunked with the UK supermarket monolith.

Well, what about something for the little princess in your life, like a magical Disney Princess Folding Chair? Mind you, your little princess would have to be pretty special to merit this kind of extravagance:

Screen grab of Woolworth's £1m Disney Princess chair offer

Sadly, the deluxe seat is "not currently available", doubtless because the heads of several oil-rich sultanates battled hotel chain heiresses to secure this must-have princessly accessory.

The hoi polloi, though, can still get the non-royal version of the chair down at Amazon for £19.99. ®

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Thanks to Simon Mullin for the tip-off.

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